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Sunday, 13 December 2009

Gerald Berance ('79, Philosophy) returned to school in '02 and obtained a Business degree. He is now employed.

Moira Evans ('79, English) has written seven books, all of which are as yet unpublished.

Peter Chernak ('79, Business) is, after 25 years at InfoTech, Assistant to the Associate Vice-Director of Human Resources.

Dave Mason ('79, History) wants to know of Marie ('79) would say yes now. He'd still like to.

Chuck Sawyer ('79, Business), the guy who always borrowed Peter Chernak's notes, even for classes he attended, is CEO of InfoTech.

Bob Norman ('79, Business) is still a drunk.

Fred "The Fridge" Peletsky ('79, Business), BU's star quarterback for six years, hasn't been able to see his you-know-what since '89.

Dave Mason ('79, History) wants to know if Diane ('79) would say yes now. He'd still like to.

Gene Arnold ('79, Sociology) was Ceramic Tile Salesman of the year in 1993.

Tim Leyland ('79, Geography) wants to know if anyone from the class of '79 can spot him a twenty.

Lisa Potter ('79, Psych) got married and had kids, all of whom got married and had kids.

Dave Mason ('79, History) wants to know if Meg ('79) would say yes now. He'd still like to.

Andrew Smith ('79, Political Science) reports that after obtaining his B.A., he was accepted into the Ph.D. program at York. He says his dissertation is almost done.

Sharon Adler ('79, English) reports that she's getting a divorce, moving to Belgium, and joining a punk band.

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